More beautiful in person than any picture can capture. Impressively large and structurally intact. Don't miss it
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The aqueduct itself is quite incredible, then when you learn about how it was built, it really seems surreal. preservation is great and the sunset views are stellar.
This section of ancient Roman aqueduct stands about 100 feet tall and is more than 2000 feet long. Other than replacement of the open channel on top with a pipeline there have no modifications or renovation needed over it's 2000 year history.
The aqueduct in Segavio is huge in scale. It is also well preserved. Walking along the aqueduct will allow full appreciation of this piece of history. It is easily accessible - within walking distance of most hotels. It is also great for photos.
Believed to have been completed in 112 AD, this aqueduct is said to be about 100 feet high and stretches about 2500 feet, although it once reached about nine miles to bring water to the city during the reign of Emperor Trajan. The thousands of...More
Wow! Never seen an aqueduct preserved in such good condition! Amazing place in a beautiful town which despite our taxi driver saying is 'small', we found to be quite large with some gorgeous architecture! Serviced by the high speed AV railway, we could be in...More
Great photo location. Very interesting historical monument. You can climb up at one end and get great views of the city and the aqueduct itself